Lloydminster Minor Ball Association is expanding the North West Prairie Pirates program to include Bantam and Pee Wee teams starting in the 2019 year.
Applications will be accepted for the following positions:
• Head Coach, Midget AAA Prairie Pirates
• Head Coach, Bantam AAA Prairie Pirates
• Head Coach, Pee Wee AAA Prairie Pirates
Midget Prairie Pirates Announce New Skippers
2019 Prairie Pirates ID Camps
Interested in AAA baseball in 2019? Register to attend our ID Camps by November 30!
All ID Camp Sessions will be held at the Synergy Vault
Pee Wee AAA ID Camp
• Friday, December 7 – 6-8pm (Parent information session at 5:30pm)
• Friday, December 14 – 8-10pm
• Friday, December 21 – 6-8pm
Bantam AAA ID Camp
• Sunday, December 2 – 6-8pm (Parent information session at 5:30pm)
• Sunday, December 9 – 6-8pm
• Wednesday, December 19 – 6-8pm
Midget AAA ID Camp
• Sunday, December 2 – 8-10pm (Parent information session at 7:30pm)
• Sunday, December 9 – 8-10pm
• Wednesday, December 19 – 8-10pm
Rock Creek Tap and Grill is now offering “The Big Slider” burger on their menu in support of LMBA. $1.00 from each burger sold will be donated to LMBA. Thanks to Jim Spenrath and the crew at Rock Creek Tap and Grill.
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We are often asked about off-season training for kids and there are some options that we want to make you aware of:
Bulldogs Baseball Academy – offers training sessions for players of various ages at the Synergy Vault. Please see their Facebook Page for more information.
Heavy Hitters – Programs are offered at Heavy Hitters throughout the year. Please see their Facebook Page for more details.
Holy Rosary High School Baseball – Phys-Ed class is offered for players from grades 8-12 that looks at skill development. Please contact the school for more information 780-875-3600.
2018 Tournament Sponsor
LMBA is pleased to announce Newcart Contracting Ltd. as its 2018 tournament sponsor. Mite, Mosquito and Pee Wee groups will be on the diamonds on June 16 – 18 throughout the city. If you have a chance, please like their Facebook page and give them a big thanks for their support!
Husky Energy supports its employees who volunteer in the communities where they live and work through its Husky Energy Community Grant Program. This Community Grant Program invests funds for its not-for-profit organizations that the Company’s employees are involved with. Through this program, Husky and its employees are making measurable impact on improving the life of others. In particular, we’d like to recognize Michael Hill.
LMBA is grateful to have the support of Michael Hill from Husky Energy who volunteered with us as a coach. This, combined with the funding from the Husky Energy Community Grant Program, helps us help others. Thank you!